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RE: Welcome new member - 1962 Plymouth Savoy wagon



Welcome Luke, 
 
I love wagons also, unfortunately I have not found the right 62 > 65 one yet.  I have a couple from before and after that time frame.  I think it's funny how not to long ago driving a wagon was looked down apon, now days you go to a Station Wagon/Longroof site and all the wannabe posers are on there with Vans, SUVs, Suburbans, and so on are wishin & hopin and tryin to be cool like us!! 
 
 
                Herb
 
1954 DeSoto Firedome Estate Wagon 276 HEMI
1956 Plymouth Belvedere 361 4-Sale
1959 Dodge Coronet 326 Poly
1960 Chrysler Valiant V100 Wagon  170 3 speed
1961 Plymouth Sport Suburban Wagon 318 Poly
1961 Plymouth Valiant V200 Wagon  170
1961 Dodge Dart Pioneer Wagon 318 Poly
1963 Plymouth Fury 2D/HT 7.0L Gen III HEMI
1963 Plymouth Sport Fury Convertible 361
1970 Chrysler 300 Hurst 440
1979 Dodge Aspen Sport Wagon 360
1999 Durango SLT 5.9L
2008 SRT-8 Magnum 6.1L
2014 Dodge Journey
St. Louis, MO.
 
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Date: 4/21/2015 5:13:14 PM
Subject: RE: Welcome new member - 1962 Plymouth Savoy wagon
 
Hi Jimmie, Thanks for the welcome!
 I appreciate the old wagons, I've got a 58 Plymouth 9 pass Suburban Sport also. Both of my wagons are projects and I've got less time and money than what I need but they are still fun to work on when I get a chance to do so.

I still remember the "car" that made me like wagons. I was probably around 10 years old and I was riding my bike by the golf course by our house and there was this white station wagon with huge fins like I had never seen before - it was the coolest thing I had ever seen. Turns out it was a 1960 Plymouth, which was around 25 years old at the time.
 
I'm glad to see that wagons are getting some respect now from the classic car culture.

Luke

'62 Plymouth Savoy wagon
'58 Plymouth Suburban Sport

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